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On the air for more than three decades, “U.S. Farm Report” remains the longest-running syndicated program focusing on agriculture, rural issues and the country lifestyle. Hosted by multimedia agricultural journalist with Missouri roots Tyne Morgan, a new edition of the program airs each weekend coast-to-coast. Along with perspective from John Phipps, “U.S. Farm Report” includes weekly contributions from Meteorologist Mike Hoffman, and a stable of the nation’s leading market analysts.
 
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The Farm Report

Heritage Radio Network

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Learn about the people, processes, and policies that shape how food is produced today, from the latest agricultural innovations to the day-to-day challenges of running a viable business growing vegetables and grazing cattle. Host Lisa Elaine Held is an experienced journalist who covers food, agriculture, and the environment for Civil Eats, The Guardian, and many other publications. On The Farm Report, she engages in conversations with farmers, farmworkers and the people who work alongside th ...
 
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The Midnight Farm Report

Phil Tippin and Valerie Anderson Bradt

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Far from the troubles of city life, the folks on Succotash Road do their best to live a full life. From farming to friendships to a radio show, there is always plenty to do in the Whooley River Valley, home of Huxton Township and Succotash Road. Visit with the Calabash clan and their friends and neighbors in the series Succotash Road and hear the radio show that Tucker and Betty Hayes broadcast each week on the Midnight Farm Report.
 
This Texas Rangers podcast is brought to you in part by Waltons. Visit Waltons.com for more information! The Ranger Report Podcast is a podcast that covers the Texas Rangers baseball organization. We have new episodes every Thursday morning*. We bring you news, opinion, farm reports and interviews as well as some information and humor along the way. We hope that you will check us out and tell your Texas Rangers friends about us. Part of therangerreport.com
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/dworkinreport/subscribe The Dworkin Report is one of the most listened to independent podcasts in the world. New releases are ranked top 200 in news & politics on iTunes in 30+ countries. The podcast has listeners in almost every country in the world. Some of Scott’s guests have included Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Alyssa Milano, Alec Baldwin, Bill Browder, Rob Reiner, Rep. Steve Cohen, Mary L. Trump, Bandy X. Lee, Cheri Jacobus, Lilly Ledbetter, Judd Le ...
 
Welcome to the Machinery Pete Podcast hosted by Greg Peterson, known to the industry as Machinery Pete. For over 30 years, Greg has been a trusted source of knowledge in the farming equipment industry. Starting with a gut feeling, Greg set off to bring more and better data to the agriculture space. He’s been a voice you can trust, no matter where you’re listening or reading. In this podcast, Greg will be sharing stories and conversations from around the industry. The kinds of conversations t ...
 
The award-winning 'For the People', produced by John Voket, focuses on issues related to aging, veterans, youth, education, health and human services, public safety, workforce and consumer issues and the environment. Broadcast segments and guests explore concerns facing communities we serve, and detail how individuals and communities may respond to address and/or mitigate those concerns.
 
The landscape of agriculture continues to change. From policy challenges to the headwinds of production agriculture today, it’s powerful women in agriculture leading some of the charges to create change that matters to not only farmers and ranchers, but also hits the heart of rural America. Join U.S. Farm Report Host Tyne Morgan as she highlights some of the women making a difference in agriculture. Not only will she highlight the grit it takes to make the changes happen, but also help paint ...
 
You’ve seen the headlines, now hear the Full Story. Every weekday, join Guardian journalists for a deeper understanding of the news in Australia and beyond. Subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or any other podcasting app
 
The Australian Farm Institute is an independent institute leading farm policy discussions for agriculture. Series 1 features recordings of the AFI's Roundtable held in October 2019 discussing how Australia values agriculture's natural capital. Click the link below for Roundtable slide decks and speech transcripts farminstitute.org.au/news-and-events/ART_2019/Roundtable-2019-speakers Series 2 presents discussions on topical policy issues from AFI’s research and publications agenda. Podcast pr ...
 
Inside Agri-Turf speaks to those at the sharp-end of the farm and grass machinery industry which ranges from powerful 500hp farm tractors to lawnmowers for the home, via equipment used in the upkeep of golf courses, cricket and football grounds, parks and open spaces, forests and the care of the countryside. As new technology and robotics come increasingly on-stream, we will talk to manufacturers, dealers, industry representatives and end-users in order to report on this fast-moving, innovat ...
 
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All IN is a daily, statewide talk show about interesting things happening in Indiana. We want to connect people--to the latest news and to each other through deep, thoughtful, lively conversation.
 
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India's leader Narendra Modi has abandoned agricultural reforms after a year of protests. Kavitha Kuruganti of the Alliance for Sustainable and Holistic Agriculture has been campaigning against the changes, and gives us her reaction to the news. Also in the programme, the government of Mali is embarking on a drive to persuade illegal or freelance g…
 
While USDA-certified organic food still accounts for a small fraction of total U.S. food sales, it’s now big business. In 2020, data from the Organic Trade Association showed sales of organic food rose at a record rate to a new high of $56.4 billion, and as the industry has become more lucrative, fraud and cheating have increased. The Cornucopia In…
 
Tighter restrictions to contain the spread of Coronavirus have triggered a wave of protests across Europe, but Germany looks set to follow Austria in making vaccination compulsory next year. Economist Christian Schulz of Citigroup in Frankfurt explains why the move has political consensus and what impact any further lockdowns could have on Europe's…
 
In early November, fruit pickers on Australian farms were granted a minimum wage, in a historic decision handed down by the fair work commission. However, unfair pay is just one example of the shocking conditions plaguing this sector, where it’s alleged that workers – many from the Pacific islands – are routinely exploited. Laura Murphy-Oates speak…
 
CJ and Ben talk about the news of the week. The four major free agent signings that the Texas Rangers had as well as the LA Dodger writer who tweeted a picture of Corey Seager and then had some highly intellegent Dodger fans comment on it. The boys also talk about a new series on the site based on an upcomming book by Ben with the working title "Th…
 
Finding a place to call home is getting increasingly harder here in California. The pandemic has been particularly hard on renters. There’s been a lot of news about the end of the statewide eviction moratorium this fall. But it’s not just evictions. Some renters are also facing another challenge – harassment from their landlords. A growing number o…
 
Machinery Pete stops in Dana, IN to interview Erin Holbert on the family farm she returned to a couple of years ago. From the cab of their John Deere 8420 tractor back in October 2019 Holbert created her own online clothing store, “Heart of the Midwest”, which has grown rapidly. Holbert proceeded in short order to build massive social media and You…
 
In this episode, we examine the payment rates for Defra's new Sustainable Farming Incentive - will it work for farmers? We count the cost of Storm Arwen on farms and rural businesses – as a Yorkshire farmer recounts an unusual rescue mission. With a whopping 37 seed varieties added to the AHDB recommended lists, we look at how you choose the cereal…
 
Shell has pulled out of the controversial Cambo oil field development west of Shetland. The oil giant said that developing the field was uneconomical, and we get the background to the decision from Jane Rangal, who is an oil and gas analyst with Energy Aspects. Also in the programme, the US economy added a weaker than expected 210,000 jobs in Novem…
 
In Guardian Australia’s online culture podcast, Michael Sun and Alyx Gorman bring in Vice Australia’s head of editorial Brad Esposito to chat about the evolution of brands on social media, from cringey posts to identity politics – including a tweet so tone deaf, Brad had to pull his car over to report on it. Then Michael teaches Alyx why breaking a…
 
In this podcast, we look at Titan Machinery’s strong third quarter results for fiscal year 2022, and how the executive team views inventory turns heading into next year. In the Technology Corner, Michaela Paukner talks with Mani Iyer, CEO of Soletrac, about the electric tractor manufacturer’s distribution plans. Also in this episode: a look at how …
 
We’re seeing the effects of supply chain disruption all over the place from the grocery store to the mall. But products we don’t normally think about are feeling it too, for example, cover crop seeds. Andy Lavigne, the president and CEO of the American Seed Trade Association, says the seed industry is seeing the effects of supply chain disruption, …
 
This week, EURACTIV takes a look at the outcome of the vote on a report on live transport of animals, we explore the Commission's increasingly favorable stance to gene editing and we take a look at a new NGO report which flags concerns over the level of ambition in member states' eco-schemes with the help of BirdLife Europe's Honey Kohan.…
 
Life to a large extent was coming back to some level of normalcy in India after the country witnessed a deadly second wave earlier this year. But with a new variant of COVID-19, Omicron, being reported all around the world last week and now also in India, everyone is sitting up in their chair to enquire about what the deal is with this variant. The…
 
America's trade watchdog wants to stop the merger of two electronic chip companies, Nvidia and ARM. Also, the Council of Global Unions - which represent over 200 million workers around the world - is renewing its demand that patents on the various coronavirus vaccines should be waived by the companies that have produced them.…
 
Welcome to Talking the Blues in which we analyse the 4-1 Derby loss to Liverpool. We look at the comparison of Liverpool’s development over the last ten years compared to ours over six. Finally we get into a passionate, detailed discussion on how Moshiri’s interests are aligned to us the fans and that communication between him and the fan base is b…
 
Whether you’re a hunter hauling your camper, an ice fisherman getting ready to move your shack, or a farmer preparing equipment for the planting season. We know people are moving tires that haven’t been moved in a year! If those tires are not properly maintained, you could be looking at a cost and time prohibitive task of replacing those tires. Bra…
 
In this episode, Casey and Aaron examine how inventory shortages and the backups and delays the manufacturers are experience will impact 2022 equipment deliveries, a topic they will tackle in their next few podcasts. This week, the focus their attention on planters and how likely it is that customers will have their new planters in time for spring,…
 
As virologists around the world race to investigate the latest SARS CoV2 variant of concern, the UN’s World AIDS Day this week reminds us of the other global pandemic raging for some 40 years. Much of the work achieved over the last two years on SARS CoV2 has been achieved because of the investment made into, and the understanding gained from, HIV …
 
Australia’s sex discrimination commissioner, Kate Jenkins, handed down her landmark report into the culture of Australian parliament this week. The report was triggered after former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins alleged she was raped in a ministerial office in March 2019. In this episode of Full Story, Gabrielle Jackson talks to Lenore Taylor an…
 
Amid concern about tennis player Peng Shuai, the WTA has suspended its China tennis events. We explore the financial implications with Dr Dan Plumley, lecturer in sport finance at Sheffield Hallam University. Also in the programme, 20 years on from the collapse of the US energy giant Enron, the BBC's Lesley Curwen considers whether lessons have bee…
 
Timing — that is what it came down to for lawyer and long-time workers' rights activist Sudha Bharadwaj’s bail plea, which was accepted by Bombay High Court on Wednesday, 1 December. Bhardwaj, who is one of the accused in the Bhima Koregaon case, was arrested on 28 August 2018 and has been in police custody for the past three years at Byculla Jail.…
 
The Midwest Organic Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) is looking for assistance in keeping farmland, farm land. Aaron Zimmerman talks to Lori Stern, executive director of MOSES, about their latest campaigns. Wendy Meyers from Alcivia Coop discusses financing options available through Verity - an element within Alcivia Coop. The paid Alcivia Coo…
 
It's not just retail stores that are looking for brisk business during the holidays. Many Wisconsin FFA chapters are hoping for the same. Stephanie Hoff visits with David Battenberg of Bonduel FFA about their annual poinsettia sales and what it does financially for the chapter, as well as the skill sets it improves for students. Ashley Huhn with St…
 
Alex Duvall and Jeremy "Hokius" Greco are joined by Max Rieper and Jackson Bracken to discuss a frenzy of free agency in baseball that the Royals did not choose to be a part of. They also discuss keeping Ryan O'Hearn and the baseball lockout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
President Biden sought to reassure Americans that the current disruption in the supply chain is being tackled head-on. Sylvan Lane of The Hill in Washington DC explains the impact the disruptions could have on the economy. Its also been a turbulent day on the US markets. Susan Schmidt of Aviva Investors in Chicago explains.…
 
Ben and CJ have a discussion with Texas Rangers starting pitcher Taylor Hearn about his 2021 season, his thoughts on the new Rangers signings, his off-season routine and anything else he would talk to us about (Including of course his go to at Wataburger). One of the best episodes so far of the podcast, you do not want to miss this Texas Rangers Fa…
 
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